About Shoreham Harbour Regeneration
Adur District Council is working with its partners (Brighton & Hove City Council; West Sussex County Council; Shoreham Port Authority) on a joint project to regenerate Shoreham Harbour and surrounding areas.
The proposed vision for the regeneration area is as follows:
By 2031 Shoreham Harbour will be transformed into a vibrant, thriving waterfront destination comprising a series of sustainable, mixed-use developments alongside a consolidated and enhanced Shoreham Port which will continue to play a vital role in the local economy.
The redevelopment of key areas of the harbour will provide benefits for the local community and economy through increased investment, improved leisure opportunities, enhanced public realm and the delivery of critical infrastructure that will help respond positively to climate change.
The Shoreham Harbour Joint area Action Plan was adopted by the partner authorities on the following dates:
- West Sussex County Council on 18th October 2019
- Brighton & Hove City Council on 24th October 2019
- Adur District Council on 31st October 2019
Please see the adoption notice below:
The adopted version of the plan and the monitoring framework can be viewed below:
- Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan (17,482KB)
- Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan - Appendix - Monitoring Framework (915KB)
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Page last updated: 08 April 2021